How To Refresh The Foot Of Your Bed With Style – 15 Inspiring Ideas

The bed and the area around it form the a high traffic space in the bedroom so it has to be organized and designed perfectly. In some parts of the world and in some cultures, a bed looks naked if it doesn’t have anything at the foot end. Others find this idea to be unpractical and prefer that area to remain empty. So, if you were to redesign this particular portion of the room, how would it looks like?

Breakfast nook.

It’s surely nice to have breakfast in bed but it’s not exactly practical. It’s much more comfortable to have an actual table and a seat. So why not have a cozy breakfast nook in the bedroom. You can place it at the end of the bed.

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Breezy White And Gold Accents Meet In A Classically Beautiful Apartment

Finding that perfect balance when you’re decorating an apartment is very difficult, especially when you also want to mix two or more styles. But there’s always a way. Sometimes simplicity is the key. Other times you just have to find the right elements to combine. In the case of this apartment, the balance was created using a color palette based on lots of white and on glamorous gold accents.

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Vintage Door Knobs And How To Give Them A New Purpose

It’s been a while since I haven’t seen people who have door knobs in their homes or apartments. To be honest, I really like them and since I was a child I wondered how they functioned. Now their time has passed. Let’s say you still use door knobs, what would you do in this case? Maybe you would replace them, but then what? I always thought that anything broken or old-fashioned can be reused. It’s in my nature! Because I’m always an adept of recycling or repurposing things, I’ve thought about sharing some ideas with you.

1. Use door knobs to create decorative table numbers for your wedding.

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12 Air-Purifying Houseplants To Decorate Your Home With

Plants are very often used in interior décor and we tend to think that’s only due to their beauty and to the fact that they’re green and so they make the space feel more fresh.

But there’s another reason why plants were brought indoors in the first place: so they can purify the air.The air inside our homes is usually more polluted than the air outside. Trees and vegetation take care of the purifying process outdoors but we can also use them to improve the air quality indoors as well.

1. The English Ivy (Hedera helix).

The English Ivy was listed by NASA scientists as the best air-filtering houseplant. It’s very effective when it comes to absorbing toxins and it’s also very easy to grow as it doesn’t require a lot of maintenance. This plant also allows you to display in numerous different ways, either as a hanging or a floor plant.

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The Appeal of Checkerboard Floors

There’s something timeless and classic about a checkerboard floor. Despite how it covers the largest open space in a room with a bold geometric pattern, a checkered floor can be both versatile and neutral – lending structure to an airily expansive space and aesthetic appeal to a small, cramped one.

Whether the checks are actual tiles or painted (or something else altogether), we’ve certainly taken a liking to a checkerboard floor done right.

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Interesting Layout And Lots Of Smart Features In A Small Swedish Studio

Although size is important in the case of any apartment, there are ways to work around the lack of space. The layout can solve the problem and there are also numerous interior design solutions which facilitate comfortable living in a small space.

Take this studio apartment for example. It measures only 34 square meters which is barely enough to accommodate a living space and a bedroom. So where do all the functions fit in this space? Well, the sleeping area is on a whole different level. It’s a semi-private space suspended above the entrance. This leaves plenty of room on the ground floor for other things.

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The Benefits Of Having A Green Roof

A green roof is definitely something different. It’s something not everyone has and not exactly anyone’s first choice when building or remodeling a home. We all know that having a green roof comes with certain advantages but what exactly are we talking about? Let’s analyze the concept.

Public Benefits.

A green roof presents both public and private benefits. For example, if a certain region has green roofs then that particular area is aesthetically pleasing and can thus attract more investors. But there are also other more practical reasons why a green roof is great to have.

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